Career Development Grant

The Ryerson Students’ Union, Ryerson University Career Centre, Ryerson Liberal Arts Society, and Ryerson Communication and Design Society are proud to offer the Career Development Grant (CDG) for the Winter semester of 2018. This grant is the first of its kind to be offered at a Canadian University. If at any point this semester you are completing any form of unpaid work, be it an internship, placement, lab work, or personal project, then consider applying for the Career Development Grant for financial support. The work can be tied to a course credit but does not have to be. You could receive up to $1000!

The grant is available to both undergraduates and graduates. Students with demonstrated financial need will be prioritized.

You can find more info HERE.

The application for the link can be found HERE.

Any additional questions can be forwarded to the VP Education at

This grant would also not be possible without the continued support of the following 30+ campus course unions and socities:

  • Ryerson ECU
  • Ryerson Engineering Student Society – RESS
  • Ryerson Science Society – RSS
  • Ryerson Aerospace Course Union – ACU
  • Ryerson MECU
  • Ryerson Fashion Course Union
  • Criminology Course Union
  • Ryerson Biology Course Union
  • Arts and Contemporary Studies
  • Ryerson Biomedical Science Course Union
  • ProCom Course Union
  • Ryerson Computer Science Course Union
  • Biomedical Engineering Course Union
  • Ryerson Creative Industries Course Union
  • Ryerson NCU & CNSA Chapter
  • IEFCU Ryerson
  • EUSSA Ryerson
  • Ryerson Philosophy Students’ Union
  • Language and Intercultural Relations – Ryerson University
  • Ryerson History Society
  • Architecture Course Union – ACU
  • CYC Course Union
  • Psychology Students’ Association at Ryerson University
  • RyeChemU
  • Ryerson Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Society
  • Ryerson Society for Civil Engineering
  • SOPHe Course Union
  • ARMS (Association of Ryerson Midwifery Students)

Contact: Vice President Education | | (416) 979-5255 ext. 2318